A detail window is one of the most powerful tools in Adobe Premiere Pro. It allows you to easily insert, remove and reposition video clips. It also gives you more control over how the clip will be displayed, allowing you to fit it into a specific section of your timeline or even create a loop.
The project window is the most important window in Premiere Pro. This is where you will find all the settings for your project. You can access the project window by clicking on “Window” and then selecting “Project Window” from the menu.
The project panel is where you save all of the elements you'll need to finish your video. Individual video clips, audio snippets, titles, photographs, and graphical elements can all be included. When you import new items, they appear in the project panel automatically.
The Project panel is where you'll find links to the media files in your project, such as video clips, audio files, graphics, still photographs, and sequences.
To change the size of the project window in Premiere Pro, you can simply click and drag on the edges of the screen to resize them. Alternatively, you can use a keyboard shortcut to do this in one step:
Alt + W + T + A will bring up your taskbar. Navigate to "Window Size & Position" and select "Window Width and Height." Now, just use your scrollwheel or mousewheel to change the size of the project window
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